This week at Sea Otter Intense Cycles has a variety of things they’re announcing. Today they revealed their JrX team that Palmer will be leading. In addition to that, Palmer also showed off a limited edition Palmer M16 downhill bike … Continue reading →
If you’re between the ages of 15-17 and are an American Junior Expert rider, be sure to check out this offer that Intense Cycles and Shaun Palmer have inside for you! This ends on February 1st so act fact!
Specialized has introduced a 650b Stumpjumper FSR EVO recently that we take a closer look at inside. Intense has been busy revamping their brand and had a great presence at Sea Otter with their new carbon Tracer T275C. iXS also … Continue reading →
We chat with Jeff Steber inside about Intense Cycles. He’s quite passionate about keeping things local and stimulating the local economy. Learn a little bit more about what makes Intense Cycles unique. Be sure to check back on Monday for … Continue reading →
Intense Cycles has some new exciting things in store for you all in the coming years. They’ve begun a rebirth of sorts and have brought many new faces on-board to deliver their new vision. Andrew Herrick, Elco Neirmeijr, and Chad … Continue reading →
We swung by Intense Cycles recently to check out what they’ve been up to and they’ve got a limited edition M9 coming out soon. Featuring a carbon upper linkage and their gold bling kit. Check out the video and pictures … Continue reading →
Intense’s in-house fabrication gives them the ability to rapidly test new concepts. We saw it with their 2951, Tracer 2, and most recently their adoption at last years’ Sea Otter of some of the first 650b / 27.5″ bikes. Well … Continue reading →
Intense has always been able to tinker with thier bikes quickly and they’ve maganged to prototype a new 27.5 Tracer with the 650b wheelset that seemed to be quite the buzz at Sea Otter. Details and a video inside.
Intense was showing off their Spider 29 and Tracer 2 at Sea Otter this year. Both the Tracer 2 and Spider 29 are close to what they were at Interbike. A few tweaks have been made though to make them … Continue reading →
We got a chance to take a tour of Intense Cycles’ Temecula, California facility and saw first hand how they do things over there. Intense is one of the few bike companies left who still fabricate, weld, and build production bikes in house. Check inside for a video and details to learn more about Intense’s process and facility. Continue reading →
Intense had a booth packed with eye catching bikes. The two F1 inspired M9 custom painted bikes drew the most attention. Check inside for shots of the show bikes with some new shots of the final M9 dropouts.
The new 2011 Intense M9 has been making quite a stir in the industry with its highly adjustable frame and world cup success. We got to take an up close look at the M9 in person at Whistler and take … Continue reading →